The writer is in Australia.
Well, these descriptions certainly apply to many of us Australians as we persist with the Vaccine State and the official narrative goes out of its way to avoid admitting the fact that, in terms of effectiveness and safety, the Covid vaccines are a busted flush. The bodies (excess deaths) pile up, the vaccinated continue to get Covid and die in alarming and unexpected numbers, and the tens of thousands of vaccine-injured are dutifully ignored. Undeterred, the Australian government and the medical class continue to press on with Covid boosters for all.
The government has 4million Omicron-specific booster doses available right now and another 10million arriving before the end of the month. The recommendation for additional boosters came into effect on February 20.
February will have seen the largest supply of new vaccines into the Australian Covid vaccine programme since late 2021. But the sell is lukewarm these days. The boosters ‘are anticipated to provide a benefit’. Wow. That is a comedown from the hysterical promotion of the vaccines of 2021.
The rest of the world, meanwhile, is waking up. In Idaho last week, two lawmakers presented a Bill to criminalise mRNA vaccines. Florida is urging the rest of the United States to stop using vaccines and has established a commission to investigate vaccine harms. It has issued a health alert warning its citizens of the dangers of taking the boosters.
The UK is restricting the boosters to a small minority deemed to be in Covid danger. Denmark reduced its vaccine rollout ages ago. Of course, every move away from the Vax State is met by an army of quibbling fact-checkers. The propaganda remains turbo-charged.
However, while the Australian government keeps face and the political class as a whole keeps schtum, there are undercurrents of unease across the country. Things are hotting up.
We have proven cover-ups of vaccine-linked deaths by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). We have the suggestion from the recently formed Australian Medical Practitioners Society (AMPS) that doctors could be personally liable for vaccine injuries. Despite the then Government’s stated intent in 2021 to ensure they were covered, it now seems they aren’t. We have compelling evidence of the bullying of doctors by their regulators into cheering on the vaccines. They were told in 2021 they had simultaneously to ensure their vaccine patients had informed consent AND, on pain of deregistration, uphold the vaccine ‘safe and effective’ narrative, which many of them knew to be lies.
There has been the suggestion, too, that, in conscripting doctors to act as vaccine propaganda agents, the Australian government and its health regulatory gauleiters may well have breached the Constitution (Section 51, relating to Commonwealth government powers). Fortunately, in these matters, two Australian freelance investigators, Elizabeth Hart and Emma McArthur, continue to pursue vigorous inquiries and to interrogate the slippery medical regulatory establishment, as does the excellent AMPS. Then there are the censorship laws recently passed by the Queensland Parliament.
And Australia’s ICUs remain clogged with vaccinated Covid patients. No wonder booster take-up rates have stalled. The third booster reached 72 per cent of the population. The fourth was taken by a mere 44 per cent.
Into this maelstrom flew the heroic American doctors Peter McCullough and Pierre Kory, described as ‘quacks’ by The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald, among the more extreme Covid cheerleaders in the legacy media. These newspapers campaigned to prevent McCullough and colleagues from being heard here, and even from being allowed to enter the country. These world-renowned medicos, all intellectual heavyweights, were relegated to the Novak Djokovic category of non-persons. This time it didn’t work.
In a series of well-attended public events, McCullough urged doctors to be brave and to speak out on the harms that Covid vaccines do and the fact that effective alternative treatments are available but banned in Oz. He wants to stop the shots. He remains optimistic that the truth will out. And there is evidence of doctors and scientists across the country trying to raise safety signals, seeking answers to questions and sending reports as they fight to fulfil their codes and oaths. They are heroes, great lights in this nightmare, sacrificing careers and livelihood to adhere to time-honoured codes and ethics.
Amid the vaccine mayhem, the head of the TGA, John Skerritt, has quietly ‘retired’ following his two-plus years of steering governments through the lies and the enforcement of brutal Covid tyranny. The Health Minister said Skerritt leaves a large legacy. I assume he delivered these lines with a straight face. John Skerritt is the man who, in 2021, claimed that the Moderna Covid vaccine was ‘one hundred per cent effective’. It was suspended or restricted in several European countries months after his glowing encomium. He also threatened in 2021 to sue Craig Kelly – who, with the mining magnate and chairman of the United Australia Party, Clive Palmer, brought Peter McCullough to Australia – for spreading misinformation about Covid vaccines!
Like Ardern and Fauci, Skerritt is tiptoeing from the still-on-fire Covid building. Yet, until and unless the heat from the fire is applied much more directly to the political class, the magnificent efforts of the medical freedom-fighters and truth-tellers will remain well and truly in the background. For example, I would expect the election in New South Wales on March 25 to be yet another Covid-debate-free affair, like all the others over the past year where Covid butchers have either been electorally rewarded, or, if defeated (like Scott Morrison), have been shown the door for reasons other than their Covid policies.
The Covid justice optimists will be proven right only if the people object to what has happened, loudly, strategically and often. Yes, there are green shoots, seen in the Spectator Australia’s coverage, but the enemy is well dug in, and showing no sign of raising the white flag any time soon. There are still many, many Australians, alas, for whom Edward Curtin’s description – that we want to be deceived, and not make waves – still fits rather too comfortably.